MV5BNzgwOTI0MjQwN15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwMjAwNzQ3MzE@._V1_SX640_SY720_In watching, The Hacker Wars, you get a better understanding of the Hackers and Trolls. It appears that most, if not all, the Hacktavists or Trolls are liberal. In this article, let’s address Trolls and a review of The Hacker Wars.

Trolls are people that are online shutting down an argument. If you watch The Hacker Wars, you can see what Trolls look and act like. It’s psychological. The best thing to counter this is through ignoring them. They do not want to be your friend. Pray for them, but move on. Your focus should be on the new friends you make online.

The Hacker Wars is a great movie though (barring all the bad language). It’s insightful into Anonymous and other groups. It’s a good example of not taking revenge and perhaps finding more law abiding methods to expose problems online. We won’t go into the other details on this website as to thoughts on the morality of the hackativists or their politics or ideology. If anything,¬†cyber security in missions should be top priority. The movie makes a true point: There is no privacy in our world. Even those who go “off the grid,” can be observed.

Someone asked me once, “Is there a danger to going online?”

Yes. Practice cyber safety. Work as if your communication will be overheard. Don’t be intimidated when facing questions you don’t have the answer for, and choose what questions should be answered and what are distractions. Get past the entanglements of a person’s emotional life and baggage. Get to the heart of the issue.

The Christian life wasn’t meant to be comfortable. The online world offers many opportunities to serve either under your real name or a pen name. This is no time to live in fear, but to be bold in your faith. We especially need you if you speak a second language.

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